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  • It's October time! So I turned myself into a chicken for the season, that may or may not be permeate, we'll see how I like my new feathery form this month. Buck!

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    23 hours ago


  • While I was in the grocery store, I look up to find this stuck to the ceiling XD


  • Got to shine my leather boots for the first time (after washing them yesterday) and they look so shiny! I want to treat my leather boots right and it feels nice.

    ChieRynn Skidmores is the best leather preservation I've found. Makes the leather shiny and waterproof. It's pretty much just beeswax. It's a little more pricey than shoeshine but it lasts forever.
    Sep 23, 2023

    RokitaVivi I'm using Bickmore's Leather Preservative, since it protects against not only water but all sorts of things (excessive heat, chemicals, salt, and dirt) for the environment I'm working in.
    Sep 23, 2023

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  • Sometimes when I get up in the morning, I just want to cocoon myself in a blanket and just stay in bed a bit longer. It's so warm and comfy \^_^/

    GengarIsBestBoy Me this morning
    Sep 21, 2023

    KaiaJersaga This is too relatable. Zzzzz
    Sep 22, 2023

  • For the past 4-5 days I've been obsessed with watching strata cut; forming clay into shapes and sizes, packing them together into one clay loaf, then you slice them into thin pieces and get these mesmerizing animations. It's so hypnotic and would find myself just repeating that same video, not to mention satisfying to watch. Honestly I blame Mason Lindroth (creator of Hylics) for this new obsession. I'll link a couple videos to this fascinating discovery:



    IcyFlame this is so satisfying to watch
    Sep 10, 2023

    RokitaVivi I know right!?
    Sep 10, 2023

  • When I came across the straw question, my brain physically hurts from just thinking about that question. In my mind it's one continuous long hole and not a pit since that would mean it had a bottom. Actually what hurts more, is trying to comprehend how the FLIP would someone unironically have an hour long debate about this in the first place!!!

    Really dumb question for you all, and never thought I run into it.

    Do straws have one hole or two holes? By the way, this question came from someone having an hour long debate on Vinny Vinesauce's channel.

  • Really dumb question for you all, and never thought I run into it.

    Do straws have one hole or two holes? By the way, this question came from someone having an hour long debate on Vinny Vinesauce's channel.

    Ari11 One hole? I think? It just has, like, a really long distance between each opening. An elongated hole, if you will.
    Sep 10, 2023

    GengarIsBestBoy Proposal: a straw is a hole
    Sep 10, 2023

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  • Thought of an idea for comedy story, even though comedy is not my strongest card in my deck, but just the idea is kind of funny.

    Spoiler! :
    The story is about a girl (just graduated from high school) who prints a summoning ritual from the internet to become a witch. The ritual surprisingly succeeded and summons the devil, making her a deal to become a witch but has to sell her soul by signing her name in his book. For most of the story, she pokes holes into his logic and the devil becoming increasingly frustrated with her. Like finding loopholes in his deal, having a separate book if she was blind, questions about familiars, if he was going to collect her soul after the deal or when she dies, even questioning him about having to sign her name in a book when theirs other options. It just goes on and on, until he becomes exasperated and just wants to go home, so she becomes a witch (familiar included) and doesn't take her soul or even make sure sign the book, even telling her that she's not worth the trouble and ruined his fun. The first thing she does as a witch is make a society of sweets, which infuriates the devil even more. And that's how the story ends.

  • Heavy rain out today, the sound of it and the thunder coming in on occasion makes it sound peaceful, especially when you're studying while also listening to music. ^_^

  • Class is in session, so as soon as I'm finished with part one it'll temporarily be out until I either have enough free time or when the semester's done.

  • Made dinner consisting of spanakopita (goat cheese instead of feta), then used the leftover dough to roll up some ricotta cheese mixed with mozzarella and parmesan cheeses. It was good at first but at the end, I didn't want to put THAT much cheese in my body. EVER!
    The moral of this story, don't eat only cheese in any dinner. Now if you excuse me, I'm gonna lay down and become a tomato for a while.

  • Recently discovered a book called Elric of Melniboné by Michael Moorcock, the premise of the story and the character himself sounds very interesting. But I think I'll listen to the audiobook version before I could commit to anything.
    Also When I saw what he looked like on the cover, my immediate thought was anime, don't know why. Will say that I can easily imagine an artist like Yoshitaka Amano or Ayami Kojima creating a beautiful depiction of Elric.

    IamI I bought that book a while ago! Haven’t read it, but I knew of Michael moorcock because he was friends with Mervyn Peake, and artist and one of my favorite writers. Highly recommend the ‘Gormenghast’ series by him, especially an edition which includes his art, if you can find it.
    Aug 27, 2023

    RokitaVivi What a small world this is, Mervyn Peake befriending Michael Moorcock. But yeah, I'll have to take a look at Peake's "Gormenghast" series, specifically the edition with his art.
    Aug 28, 2023

  • So I went to the Shakespearean Insults Generator on a whim (as you do) and it gave me this little ditty, which reads:
    "Thou mangled crook-pated hugger-mugger!"

    That got an amusing chuckle out of me. Imagine using that insult on someone and the sheer confusion on their face.

The thing about plummeting downhill at fifty miles an hour on a snack platter - if you realize it's a bad idea when you're halfway down, it's too late.
— Rick Riordan, The Son of Neptune